America plans to make skilled foreigners pay to close America's door to unskilled foreigners.
The increase [in visas for skilled foreigners'] fees is what pays for the bill's $600 million in spending on increased border personnel, unmanned aerial drones, and other initiatives to help stop illegal immigration to the U.S. WSJ
Unfortunately, America hasn't updated inefficiencies at "Homeland Insecurity" and discourages smart, legal immigration as much as possible. Worse, this new measure intuitively violates international law as a form of "indirect protectionism." How smart is that? Full article in the Wall Street Journal.